Extreme Makeover Comes to Maryland

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The Johnson-Goslee family in the town of Mardela Springs in Wicomico County got a knock on the door yesterday from ABC hit television show Extreme Makeover – Home Edition.  

The Baltimore Sun reports that the Eastern Shore family live in an 80 year-old house with no working showers or bathtubs. The construction team, lead by Annapolis builder Fusion Construction, will have until Monday afternoon — 106 hours — to complete the house.

This is not the first time the TV crew has been to Maryland. Last year, the show built a new home for the Boys Hope Girls Hope in Baltimore.

Hundreds of workers and thousands of volunteers will help with the construction. To volunteer contact Fusion.



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  1. I have volunteered at the site for over 72 hours- I would just like to say what a PLEASURE it has been to work with the Fusion team. What a great group of people. Words cannot describe what a blessing they were. Camden and Josh were the most helpful. I hope to work on a project like this with you all again.

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